Event Spotlight: Upcoming Programs

Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes NORTH Stewardship Series!

The New Jersey Forestry Association is pleased to partner with Frelinghuysen Arboretum to provide a new series of monthly 90-minute programs that will provide landowners with informative, educational and interesting topics on how they can steward their backyard woodlot. 

September 19th from 7pm to 8:30pm

The New Forest Stewardship Rules & the Benefits of Forest Management

Find out about the new forest stewardship rules  and why we need to be actively managing our forests.  Learn how this important work helps to create wildlife habitat, fresh air, clean water, healthy soil and more!

Click HERE to Register for September’s “Backyard Forestry NORTH” Program.

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October 17th from 7pm to 8:30pm

Building Ecology in a Residential Landscape with Native Plants”

What are invasive plant species and why are they problematic?

Are native plants really so important?

What and how to define a native plant?

Native substitutions / replacements for invasive species

Nothing else matters if you do not plant properly!              

The misconceptions of the uses of and for native plants are numerous. In order to begin to dispel these misconceptions, we must first understand the real reason why we utilize native plants in our landscapes and must remove the problematic invasive species. That reason is ecology. Ecology that begins with the soil under foot to insects that inhabit the very tops of the tree canopy and every living organism in-between these vast spaces.

Click HERE to Register for October’s “Backyard Forestry NORTH” Program.

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Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes at the Forest Resource Education Center continues every 2nd Thursday of the month!

Thursday, September 12th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm

“Cranberries and Forestry”

Lee Brother’s Cranberry Farm does more than grow cranberries, they also manage the forest lands that support their bogs. A representative from Lee Bros. will talk about the connection between cranberries and the surrounding forest. We’ll learn how and why they manage forests as part of their cranberry farm.

Click HERE to Register for September’s “Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes” in Jackson, NJ.

New Jersey Forestry Association, Inc.

A non-profit tax exempt organization under IRS 501 (c) 3

The New Jersey Forestry Association was founded in 1975 and incorporated in 1983 to promote forestry and forest management on public and privately owned woodlands throughout New Jersey. There is a need for an organization which can act as a spokesperson and advocate for woodland owners, conservationists and others interested in maintaining our forests. We welcome all people who share these values and concerns to join our Association and participate in our varied activities and programs.

Activities

The Association publishes the “New Jersey Woodlands” newsletter quarterly with frequent electronic communication, conducts an annual business meeting and program, sponsors or co-sponsors a number of forestry field trips, seminars, workshops and tree planting projects during the year, is a co-sponsor of The New Jersey Tree Farm Program, and works jointly with public and private conservation groups.

 

Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes program series

Join us at the Forest Resource Education Center in Jackson for a monthly session on a Backyard Forestry topic. Presented by experts in the field, learn how to make your property work for you. Topics include maple sugaring, firewood, tree identification, wildlife, tree planting, and much more. More information on Backyard Forestry in 90 Minutes.

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